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is going to do other than to protect from the horrible things republicans are going to do. >> rose: clinton says if you have your fist in the other person's mouth they can't be talking. >> that is something the ryan people negotiated and wanted explicitly because they thought it is harder to to be a jerk when you are sitting next to someone but biden falsified that entire theory and you could tell where the debate was going right at the beginning when he said that is malarkey which told you how aggress stiff he was going to be and told you a little bit about the intellectual tone and when he brought up the 47 percent i remember listening to the answer and there were about 15 different things packed in there that ryan, you know, would take half an hour to explain and defend them all so that's the way he was a the aggressive but this kind of performance, charlie is not available to the president. he cannot be like this. >> rose: in twitter because of the style -- >> someone said on twitter of biden's performance this is not a pridential performance, it might be a vice presidential performance
protections for life. last night in las vegas, president bill clinton gave his take on the revised mitt romney. >> i thought, wow, here's old moderate mitt. where you been, boy? i've missed you all these last few years. but i was paying attention in the last few years. and it was like one of these bain capital deals, you know, where he's the closer and he shows up and doesn't really know much about the deal and says, tell me what i'm supposed to say to close. the problem with this deal is, the deal was made by severe conservative mitt. that was how he described himself until three or four days before the debate, this ship is sinking faster than a titanic. but people are still frustrated about the economy, they want it fixed yesterday so just show up with a sunny face and say, i didn't say all that stuff i said the last two years. i don't have that tax plan i had for the last two years. you going to believe me or your lying eyes here? come on. >> the national gallup tracking poll of likely voters shows the presidential race even now at 48%. and tonight nate silver's forecasted that obama will w
front page story was about the effect on secretary of state hillary clinton's legacy. >> right. some have argued the media are more worried about her well-being rather than what actually happened. the fact that the 25th of september, two weeks after the attack, president goes on view, it wasn't just a mob action. it might have been terrorism. we now no better. hearings this week were eye-opening. yet the media chose to kept the eyes closed. margaret from "new york times," why didn't make the story of the "new york times"? it wouldn't have made the obama administration look bad. if the bush administration, like eric nordstrom he would have been on every talk show being interviewed. instead you have to go to power line and national review and jennifer rubin to find out what he had to say. >> jon: do you agree with that? if our diplomats had been killed overseas it would have been leading the news for weeks? >> i think it's a news story and i think it was a news story. the question is, why wasn't it on the front page of certain papers? it's all over the news. in fact it was the lead que
suspect hillary clinton might be thinking about that as well. rvr was in his 70s when he ran for president as well. i think biden is an ambitious guy. he has tried to run for president twice before. it didn't work out, but he is the vice president. paul ryan is a young guy. he is only 42 years old. i suspect even if romney-ryan loses, he has a huge future. he is very popular with the conservative base of the republican party. he is intelligent, smart, good-looking. i suspect he is going to be moving as well, but right now they're not worried about 2016. they're worried about tonight. it will be a lot of fun. we're in it for the long haul. good to see you, as always. >> biden-ryan, they have one thing in common. the support of their wives. we're going to look at the two women who will be on the edge of their seats tonight. [ male announcer ] this is anna, her long day teaching the perfect swing begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. >>> excitement ahead of tonigh
. >> good one. sell that salesman at the top of the ticket and drives a couple cad laks. but bill clinton today, well, he was a bit incredulous about that line at an event in indiana. >> mr. ryan said last night that governor romney was a car guy. i thought, well, if having an elevator to stack them counts, i guess he was. >> now president clinton, don't you go down that line that mr. romney is just a plutocrat who will never get the 47% to take the responsibility for their own lives and car storage. paul ryan has got his back and will defend him to the gates of hell. >> mitt romney is a good man. he cares about 100% of americans in this country, and with respect to that quote, i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> but i always say what i mean. and so does romney. >> yes, except mr. romney only says what he means in quiet rooms. let's get right to our panel. here in new york msnbc contributor ari melber and msnbc political analyst karen finney, and in washington msnbc contributor jonathan capehart. karen, i must
that based on what you have learned that secretary clinton, that president obama, that they have been lying through all this? >> well, i don't use those kinds of words. i just know that, i know that you know, people have known from the very beginning that these were terrorist acts and you know, i mean, we knew it. look at the heavy caliber of fire that was taking place. the distance from which it was occurring. i mean this was a very sophisticated attack. and i'll leave it to hearings, i know there are investigations but there is no question that, at the highest levels of our government, this was known in the very beginning and i don't know --. bill: but the explanation you're offering us now is that this was all about an election. you stand by that? >> i don't think there is any question. i mean i look at the susan rice. five days later there is no question, no question, beyond a shadow of a doubt that, that it was known differently that this was not about any film. and i think she candidly, my theory and i don't know, we'll find out, somebody will write a book about this i guess at some p
that mean hillary clinton has to go under oath. >> i think hillary clinton should go under oath. bill: before this committee? >> this committee or a new select committee should go forward. bill: would she be willing to do that or fight that? >> i have no idea that is for her to answer. but there are an awful lot of unanswered questions at the highest levels. when you, everybody knew it was a terrorist attack, right? everyone's gut reaction. bill: but you had the president mentioning video or film eight days later. >> eight days later. a u.n. ambassador who has no responsibility for embassies, intelligence, security at embassies, she was saying spontaneous, a demonstration that got out of hand. where did they come up with these things when everybody's country gut reaction was gee, it is september 11th. it is terror. bill: this is october 10 on the calendar. >> a month later. bill: 26 days away from an election. how many of these questions will be answered in that time, any? >> i that you don't know but i do think there will be a huge paper trail of these things. the government doesn't
romney showed up the other night. the president has joked about it. bill clinton been joking in las vegas. welcome back, mitt romney. who is this guy? this is clearly where they're going to go here. mbi t ko? ug a icly th all campaigns accuse one another of dishonesty, bending the truth that is pre conventional. what is different here, as you suggested this is strategy. this is the core obama argument agast romney. iad pon l. ire is personal attack. i'm not whining about that. i'm merely noting that it is not a very effective sttegy. it winds the base up. gets people already goingo vote for you pretty darn excited. ey want to heir erghotht d't cinon he end it is not a argument. it a growl, a primal scream. is barking right. it doesn't lead you to anywhere. >> romney done that to obama. why are we only talking abouone sid amiaal h cs the continuing fb bringcations he is how he is hurt. he flip-flopped on abortion yesterday. what does he stand for? mart: but here he is, to my mind, this is a great, wonderful thg a ys the ft w the other night which was, somewhat unusual format which really
's did a good job. martha did seem to interrupt and challenge ryan more. next up is clinton veered clinton joins us from virginia on our republican line. caller: good morning. i was in the other room and have the volume turned up loudly. take and the entire debate. and i had a hard time in the initial stages of it telling if martha was on the side of the republicans or democrats. i thought she was -- they brought in a third party that was arguing for the democrats. to me she was very biased, initially. and, again, the term moderator -- she is supposed to take an active role in moderating what is said. and it seems as one of the other callers mentioned, it was more like watching a circus. host: is there an ideal moderator in your mind? someone you would like to see moderate these debates? caller: you have to go back to the 1970's to find someone who is impartial. today it seems that every one has an overstatement -- that is an overstatement. but ones that i have seen, of course everyone has an opinion, and that is going to be difficult for me to take a specific one. host: that as cl
's solve this. >>> i want to take you live to indiana and hoosierville. this is a rally bill clinton is taking part in today. it's actually for the indiana dec democrats and this is a get out the vote that president clinton is taking part in. he's got a busy schedule he's ahead of because he's taking part in a lot of events for president obama and joe biden. he's headed to arizona on wednesday and iowa later in the week, as well. so today this is an effort at a high school. it's north central high school on indianapolis' north side. let's listen in really quick. >> they started, as people enrolled, they started whittling down the profit margin because they realized that as soon as people could get the preventive services and people stayed healthier and the costs stayed down, you couldn't justify wasting the taxpayers' money on that kind of profit margin. so they got some new recommendations which as i said the aarp endorsed and we can cut this profit margin back down to $1.14 for every dollar you spend on regular medicare. in fairness, the people that started it said it ought to be e
democrat who has endorsed that. >> we put it together with the former clinton budget director. here is the point. if we do not fix this soon, current seniors get caught. 10,000 people are retiring every single day. >> if we just allow medicare to bargain for the cost of drugs, that would save $156 billion right off the bat. folks, all you seniors, have you been denied choices? have you lost medicare advantage? >> if it could help solve the problem, why not very slowly raise the medicare eligibility age by two years? >> i was there when we did that with social security in 1983. i was one of eight people negotiating with president reagan. we all got together and everybody said as long as everybody is in the deal, and everybody is making some sacrifice, we can find a way. we made the system solvent to 2033. we will not be part of any voucher plan eliminating -- the doctor says, mom, when you are 65, shop for the best insurance, you are out of medicare. it will not keep pace with health care costs. if it did keep pace, there would be no savings. that is why they go to the voucher. we wi
. >> reporter: congressman king is asking secretary of state clinton to designatal sharia as a foreign terrorist organization which gives the u.s. government tools to track, punish and freeze their assets. one theme really dominated at the hearing yesterday into the 9/11 attack at the consulate, and it was that official washington was preoccupied with reducing the number of american security personnel or their footprint in benghazi even after a series of attacks on dip 40 mats there. >> -- diplomats there. >> it's not the hardships u it's not the threats, it's dealing and fighting against the people, programs and personnel who are supposed to be supporting me. and i added it by saying for me the taliban is on the inside of the building. >> reporter: yesterday ambassador kennedy, the most senior state department official to testify before the oversight committee, responded to his subordinate's characterization. >> they're extraordinary professionals. and i was simply surprised to hear language like that used. >> reporter: at the hearing, ambassador kennedy said within a day he personally believed
no longer supports it. >> we put it together with the former clinton budget director. >> who disavows it. >> this idea came from the clinton commission to save medicare chaired by senator john breaux. >> which was rejected. >> if we don't fix this problem soon current seniors get cut. 10,000 people are retiring every day in america and they will for 20 years. >> martha, if we just did one thing-- if they just allow medicare to bargain for the cost of drugs like medicaid can, that would save $156 billion right off the bat. >> and it would deny seerpz choices. >> seniors are not denied-- >> absolutely. >> they are not denied. look, folks, all you seniors out there, have you been denied choices? have you lost medicare advantage. >> because it's working well now. >> vice president biden, if it could help solve the problem, why not very slowly raise the medicare eligibility age by two years as congressman ryan suggests? >> i was there when we did that with social security in 1983. i was one of eight people sitting in the room that included tip o'neill negotiating with president reagan. we all
with the former clinton bud director -- >> who disavows it. >> this idea came from the clinton commission to save medicare. here's the point -- martha -- >> which was rejected. >> if we don't fix this soon, current seniors get cutses. here's the problem. 10,000 people are retiring every day in america today, and they will for 20 years. that's not a political -- >> martha fwe just did one thing, if they just allow medicare to bargain for the coff of drugs like medicaid can, that would save $156 billion right off the bat. all -- >> it would deny seniors choices -- >> they are not denied. folks, all you seniors out there, have you been denied choices? have you lost medicare advantage? -- >>> vice-president biden, if it could help solve the problem, why not very slowly raise the medicare eligibility age by 2 years, as congressman ryan suggests? >> i was there when we did that with social security. in 1983. i was one of 8 people sitting in the room that included tip o'neill negotiating with president reagan. we all got together. and everybody said, as long as everybody's in the deal, everybody's in th
know, you have that iconic moment with rick lazio and hillary clinton. i think it's the hardest thing to do in politics is for the male candidate to debate the female candidate in that you have to be so careful. you just can't deliver lines like that. >> last presidential election. >> so hard to do it effectively. >> i echo what mike barnicle has been saying, too. the polls in massachusetts for president obama are so good that it's going to hurt scott brown. 20, 25 points. and you heard it last night, elizabeth warren tying scott brown to mitt romney's policies on health care and everything else. >> i just got nervous when you were about to quote mike barnicle and talking about women. >> i moved quickly. >> smart. >> listen, though, the polls are really tight, but steves, twhat is it, scott brown that is to win 300,000 votes for people that are voting for obama? >> yeah, i think the margin in massachusetts may even be larger. the last poll i saw there, obama was up 30 points. i think it's very hard. steve schmidt would probably agree to pull the other lever when you've got that kind o
clinton budget director. here is the point. if we do not fix this soon, current seniors get caught. 10,000 people are retiring every single day. >> if we just allowed medicare to bargain for the cost of drugs that would save $156 billion right off the back. -- the bat. folks, all you seniors, have you been denied choices? having lost medicare advantage? >> if it could help solve the problem, why not a very slowly raise the medicare eligibility age by two years? >> i was there but we did that with social security in 1983. i was there of one -- of eight people negotiating with president reagan. we all got together and everybody said as long as everybody is in the deal, and everybody is making some sacrifice, we can find a way. we made the system solvent to 2033. we will not be part of any voucher plan eliminating -- the doctor says, mom, when you are 65, shop for the best insurance, you are out of medicare. it will not keep pace with health care costs. if it did keep pace, there would be no savings. that is why they go to the voucher. we will be no part of the voucher program or the priv
clinton style shift toe the center where he tried to triangulate. he has been proud, rather aggressive liberal both the way he governed since the 2010 midterms and in his campaigning. and i think the romney campaign and rnc have an ad out right now calling president obama a liberal. identifying him as such for voters which makes voters jobs a little bit easier. this is opening for romney campaign to continue to make that point and tie his policies with that idealogical label. martha: steve, they will be both out in force in ohio over the course of this week. rob portman will be campaigning with mitt romney as will chris christie. talk to me about the tightening in ohio. >> ohio, it is, isn't too much to say ohio is crucial obviously. if you look at the polls i think there was a sense both in public polling and internal polling for the campaigns that ohio was slipping away from republicans in a state that they need to win. now seems there is some tightening. there was a poll out in michigan last night shows president obama only up three points there. if president obama is only up three
. >> we put it together with the former clinton -- >> who disavows it. >> here's the point, martha. if we don't fix this problem soon, then current seniors get cut. here's the problem. 10,000 people are retiring every day in america today and they will for 20 years. at's not a political thing, that's a math thing. >> if we just -- if they just allow medicare to bargain for the cost of drugs like medicaid can, that would save $156 billion right off the bat. >> and it would deny seniors choices. >> seniors are not denied. >> absolutely. >> look, folks, all you seniors out there, have you been denied choices? have you lost medicare advantage? >> vice president biden, if it could help solve the problem, why not slowly raise the medicare eligibility age by two years? >> look, i was there when we did that with social security in 1983. i was one of eight people sitting in a room that included tip o'neill negotiating with president reagan. we all got together and everybody said, as long as everybody is in the deal, everybody is in the deal, and everybody is making some sacrifice, we can find a wa
whose the likely democratic nominee in 2016? >> i see they're going to the hillary clinton or -- everybody thinks she is at least going to give it a serious look in nobody knows for sure. terry mcauliffe is out there somewhere. terry, what do you think? [laughter] >> you know comment. or who else? >> martin o'malley certainly is going to make a run. >> i assure you there will be no private equity person running for president. [laughter] if romney is not elected who will be the presumptive nominee for the republicans in 2016? is paul ryan presumptive then? >> you will have to fight senator marco rubio ford. marco rubio had a fantastic, great speaker but they seem to be the clear front-runners. we think of in a chris christie of new jersey will also go for it. governor bobby jindal of louisiana already fighting for a. >> let's assume for a moment obama is reelected and we have heard hillary clinton is going to step down as secretary secretary of state and tim geithner will step down as secretary of treasury. if romney is elected who will be the secretary of state and the secr
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